New Hampshire Lottery to Unveil New GameMonday July 25th 2011
The New Hampshire Lottery is to unveil a new game later this week which is great news for lottery players in the state. New Hampshire Lottery players can get a sneak preview of this fantastic new game on Wednesday in Centre Conway when Lottery Commission Executive Director Charlie McIntyre will reveal the details of the $20 game called Set for Life, which could net winners a prize of $100,000 a year for life. This game will work in a similar way to a Lottery Raffle in that there are only a certain amount of tickets available.
After half of the 700,000 tickets that are available have been sold, the New Hampshire Lottery will host a grand prize draw, with a second draw to take place once all of the tickets on this new game from the New Hampshire Lottery have been sold. There will be five finalists from each of these draws who will win either cash or a chance to bag the $100,000 a year for life prize which is guaranteed for a minimum of 20 years. The remaining finalists will take away a prize of either $25,000, $50,000, $75,000 or $100,000 leaving the fifth lottery player to play for a prize of $250,000 cash or the $100,000 a year for life.
If a prize of $100,000 a year for life interests you then why not head to Centre Conway’s’ Stateline Store on Wednesday and buy lottery tickets for this game from the New Hampshire Lottery and take advantage of a fantastic offer that will be running to promote this new game.
Written by Brett Levenson